Redskins Blow Opportunity, Postseason In Jeopardy After 38-14 Loss

All the momentum generated from the Thanksgiving Day win over the New York Giants fizzled as Washington failed to rise to the occasion and lost 38-14 to the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night. The loss all but eliminates the Redskins from the postseason. Sitting at 5-7, head coach Jay Gruden and company would need to win out and still get some help in order to qualify for the playoffs.

The win was the first for the Cowboys since losing star running back Ezekiel Elliott to a six-game suspension. Quarterback Dak Prescott, who had been in a serious funk over the last several weeks, finally got himself right. Prescott didn’t have great numbers – 11-for-22 for 102 yards – but he …

Redskins Defeat Giants, Face Must-Win Against Cowboys Thursday

It was far from pretty, but sometimes pretty doesn’t matter. Washington got two touchdown passes from quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Redskins defense held the hapless New York Giants to just 170 yards of total offense in a 20-10 Thanksgiving Day victory.

“We found a way to win and the defense kept us in the game all night long,” said Cousins, who connected on 19-of-31 passes for 242 yards. “This game just tests you every week and you have those moments throughout the game that emotionally you just get punched in the gut.”

The Redskins were tested all game long as Cousins and the Redskins’ offense produced all of one field goal in the first half. In fact, the Giants …

Redskins loss to Vikings – Too little too late?

The Washington Redskins lost their game in Week 10 to the Minnesota Vikings. This game started quick and immediately had fans excited and believing that this team could pull off another unlikely win. All week the discussion has been that the Vikings have a stellar defense and that our injury plagued offense wouldn’t be able to do much. Right out of the gate the Redskins were determined to prove everyone wrong. A few good runs from Fat Rob and a fantastic catch from Maurice Harris resulted in the Redskins getting on the board first. Unfortunately, the defense couldn’t come out and make a stop. On the Vikings first drive they immediately charged down the field and scored. The first quarter …

Redskins Pulled Together

On a day in the NFL marked by various forms of protest the Redskins pulled together and played a complete game. We typically don’t like to mix sports and politics but when the politicians comment on sports and the athletes comment on politics it is all in-bounds to some degree. For right now however, let’s focus on the Redskins on the field performance.

It has been a long long time since our Washington Redskins dominated a team from start to finish as they did last night in a prime time spot in the national spotlight. Well, it happened last year against the Packers but that was promptly followed by a stinker against the Panthers… so what will happen next week …

Heroes Media Group Covers Redskins Pounding “The Pack”

Washington, D.C. – The Washington Redskins continue to roll in the NFC East beating up on the Green Bay Packers at FedEx Field on Nov. 20, 2016.

Although close the half-way mark (Redskins 13 to Green Bay’s 10), the Redskins offense was overwhelming the second half allowing the Washington Football Club to soundly defeat the visiting Green Bay Packers.  The Redskins enjoyed a super offensive day finishing strong with a 42 – 24 victory.  Coach Jay Gruden feels his offensive line is the reason the Redskins continue to post super offensive numbers.

“They’ve been very impressive – both in the pass protection, which is obviously key with the weapons that we have, but in the running game. They’ve been physical. …